The brands included in the transaction are Wella Professionals (and its sub-brands), Sebastian Professional, Clairol Professional, Sassoon Professional, Nioxin, SP (System Professional), Koleston, Soft Color, Color Charm, Wellaton, Natural Instincts, Nice & Easy, VS Salonist, VS ProSeries Color, Londa/Kadus, Miss Clairol, L’image, Bellady, Blondor, Welloxon, Shockwaves, New Wave, Design, Silvikrin, Wellaflex, Forte, Wella Styling, Wella Trend, Balsam Color, Hugo Boss, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Lacoste, bruno banani, Christina Aguilera, Escada, Gabriela Sabatini, James Bond 007, Mexx, Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, Max Factor and Covergirl.
Transfer of certain fragrance brand licenses from P&G to Coty are subject to licensor consent.
— The beauty brands just transferred from Procter & Gamble to Coty. Read more at P&G Accepts Coty’s Offer of $12.5 Billion to Merge 43 P&G Beauty Brands with Coty at P&G Corporate Newsroom. Per Coty...
The transaction will instantly create one of the world’s largest beauty companies, with pro forma combined annual revenues of more than $10 billion based on fiscal year 2014 performance, strengthening its leadership position in the $300 billion global beauty industry. Together with P&G’s businesses, COTY is expected to become the global leader in fragrances and to significantly enhance its position in color cosmetics.
— Read more at Coty Inc. to Merge P&G’s Fragrance, Color Cosmetics and Hair Color Business into the Company at Coty.